Concord Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
NELSON, Ambert William Apr. 16, 1880
Lawrence Co., MO
Apr. 24, 1957
Cassville Hosp.,
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Minnie A. - Research Note: Son of William Nelson and mother's name was not given on the death certificate. His wife, Minnie of Exeter, MO, was the informant. - Son of James William Nelson and Virginia C. Swearingen. Death Certificate
Census
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
NELSON, Arnold June 21, 1910
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 18, 1928
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Ambert William Nelson and Minnie Arlene McQueen. Census
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
NELSON, Dennis Eugene "Dink" Aug. 28, 1916
Barry Co., MO
Sept. 22, 1983
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Wilma M. - Research Note: Son of Ambert William Nelson and Minnie Arlene McQueen. He first married Wilma Mabel Swadley. His second wife was Mary (Pearson) (Utter) Nelson. Mary married Olin Eugene "Tony" Utter on October 31, 1946 at Cassville, Barry Co. MO. He died Dec. 31, 1966 at Rogers, Benton Co., AR. She married Dennis Eugene "Dink" Nelson on July 31, 1971 in Barry Co., MO. He died Sept. 22, 1983. Mary's Obit
Census
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
NELSON, Minnie A. (McQUEEN) July 3, 1888 Apr. 22, 1969 SSW: Ambert W. - Research Note: Ambert Nelson, age 23, married Minnie McQueen, age 17, on Dec. 24, 1905 in Barry Co., MO. MO Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
NELSON, Wade Aug. 15, 1907
Barry Co., MO
Jan. 6, 1929
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of Ambert William Nelson and Minnie Arlene McQueen. Twin to Winnie Nelson. Census
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
NELSON, Wilma Mabel (SWADLEY) Aug. 14, 1913
Barry Co., MO
May 5, 1969
Springfield,
Greene Co., MO
SSW: Dennis E. - Research Note: Daughter of Arthur Thomas Swadley and Sarah J. Vineyard. Census
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
NORTHCUTT, Mildred Helen Sept. 9, 1904
Powell,
McDonald Co., MO
Oct. 15, 1913
Ridgely,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Dau. of Boyd & May" - Research Note: She was a daughter of Boyd Northcutt, born Exeter, MO, and May Jones, born Kirksville, OH. Her mother, May, of Ridgely, MO was the informant. Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
A. P. No Date No Date Research Note: This homemade marker has A. Or O. P. inscribed on it and nothing else. Photo
Jack Fly
PACKWOOD, Clovis Leon Mar. 28, 1931 Apr. 24, 1933 Research Note: Son of Clovis George Packwood and Helen Lucy Smith. Leon fell into a pot of boiling water when he was 2. He died from severe burns all over his body. (Information from Verdain Packwood) - Another Photo Note
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Photos
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PACKWOOD, Ernest Mar. 14, 1910
MO
June 12, 1918
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Suffer little children come unto me" - Research Note: His death certificate reads that he was a son of Elbert Benjamin Packwood and that his mother was named Edith Eva Ellis, both born in MO. Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
PACKWOOD, John Emmet Sept. 14, 1880
Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
July 27, 1970
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
SSW: Maude - Research Note: Son of George Washington Packwood and Waite Jane McCary. He first married Maude Mae Brattin. John E. Packwood, age 21, married Maud Brattin, age 16, on Aug. 31, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. Second, Nancy J. Carder. J. E. Packwood, age 71, married Nancy Carder, age 58, on Nov. 8, 1951 in Benton Co., AR. Both were from Exeter, Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo - Another Photo MO Marriage Records
AR Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
Family Data
Photo
Frances Albert
Photos
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PACKWOOD, Maude Mae (BRATTIN) June 1886
MO
1921 SSW: Emmett - Research Note: Maude was the daughter of Anthony Crawford and Mary Jane (Lauderdale) Brattin. John E. Packwood, age 21, married Maud Brattin, age 16, on Aug. 31, 1902 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo - Another Photo Family Data
Photo
Frances Albert
MO Marriage Records
Census
Phyllis Long
Photos
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, Addie May (SPEARS) (SPIVA) May 1, 1889
AR
Sept. 21, 1968
At Home, Wheaton,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She is buried next to her first husband, L. B. Spiva. Addie Spears, age 18, married Louis B. Spiva, age 27, on Nov. 8, 1907 in Sebastion Co., AR. Both were from Stiglen, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory. Her second husband was Freeman O. Parksion. Minnie Parksion of rural Exeter, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
AR Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, Cecil Eugene 1941 1941 No Data Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, George Washington Jan. 7, 1847 Aug. 12, 1922 SSW: Mary E. - Research Note: Son of John Parksion and Margaret Vantrese. Note
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, Henry Albert July 3, 1873
Fountain Co., IN
Aug. 2, 1939
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate reads that Nancy Ann Parksion was his wife's name. G. W. Parksion, born OH, and Mary Palmer, born Schuyler Co., MO, were his parents' names. G. E. Parksion, Exeter, MO, was the informant. Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, James F. 1910 1984 SSW: Minnie B. - Research Note: Son of Henry Albert Parksion and Nancy Ann Farley. Census
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, Mary Elizabeth (PALMER) June 25, 1851
Schuyler Co., MO
Feb. 14, 1939
OK
SSW: G. W. - Research Note: Mary was the daughter of Thomas F. Palmer and Elizabeth Tuley. She married George Washington Parksion on Feb. 1, 1870. Note
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, Melissa Ann (PALMER) May 14, 1853
MO
Mar. 26, 1942
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Death certificate indexed as Parkison. Her husband was Jim Parksion. Daughter of Tom Palmer born OH. Mother nor informant was not named on the death certificate. Melissa Palmer married James M. Parksion on Jan. 12, 1871 in Fountain Co., IN. She was the daughter of Thomas F. Palmer and Elizabeth Tuley. James was a brother to George Washington Parksion. Death Certificate
IN Marriage Records
Census
Phyllis Long
PARKSION, Minnie Belle (SPIVA) Aug. 23, 1915
Fort Worth, TX
Feb. 11, 2009
Rocky Comfort,
McDonald Co., MO
SSW: James F. - Research Note: She was a daughter of Louis Berley Spiva and Addie May (Spears) (Spiva) Parksion. On Jan. 23, 1937, she was united in marriage to James Parksion, who preceded her in death on January 3, 1984. Also preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Letha Parksion; one brother and one sister. Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Barry Co. Advertiser
Feb. 18, 2009
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, Mitt 1853 1942 Inscription: "Aunt" Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION, Nancy Ann (FARLEY) Apr. 2, 1872
Barry Co., MO
Oct. 21, 1948
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Her death certificate gives Will Farley as her father. It states that she was a widow and H. A. Parksion was given as her husband's name. He was given as her second husband. She had lived all her life in Barry County, MO. Her death certificate is indexed by the Secretary of State's office as Parkston, but reads Parkison. - Daughter of William J.Farley and Permelia Frances Kelley. Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Death Certificate
Donna Cooper
Census
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARKSION/SLIGAR, Letha Gene June 7, 1946
Cassville,
Barry Co., MO
June 3, 2001
Fairview,
Newton Co., MO
Inscription: "In God's care" - Research Note: Daughter of James and Minnie (Spiva) Parksion. She was employed by Scholastic in Neosho. She was preceded in death by her father. - Letha Gene Parksion, age 17, married John I. Sligar, age 21, on Mary 28, 1964 in Newton Co., MO. Her mother, Mrs. Jim Parksion, gave consent. Monett Times
June 5, 2001
Mary Homesley
MO Marriage Records
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARMLEY, Donald Gordon June 16, 1933 Aug. 16, 1933 No Data - Another Photo Headstone
Photo
Cheryl
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARMLEY, J. Alvis 1907 1919 Research Note: He was a son of Mary Ann "Kate" Cameron and Oscar Parmley. - Another Photo Census
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Photo
Cheryl
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PARMLEY, Mary Ann "Kate" (CAMERON) Aug. 1, 1875 Aug. 19, 1954
Granby,
Newton Co., MO
Research Note: Her nickname was Kate. She was the only daughter of Joseph Martin Cameron and Nicey Pierce Hadley. Her siblings were Charles, Elvis, William and Joseph. She married Oscar E. Parmley, son of John R. Parmley Nov. 14, 1895. Oscar died in 1941 in Newton Co., MO per death certificate. Buried at Jolly Cemetery. Oscar E. Parmley, age 23, married Mary A. Cameron, age 20, on Nov. 10, 1895 in Barry Co., MO. - Another Photo Photo
Family History
Cheryl
MO Marriage Records
Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PATTON, Clara Eva Aug. 29, 1897 July 2, 1914 Research Note: Daughter of Thomas Arthur Patton and Saphrona Birkes. Census
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PATTON, Era Lee Feb. 22, 1905 Oct. 4, 1917 Research Note: Daughter of Thomas Arthur Patton and Saphrona Birkes. Note
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PATTON, Frona Sept. 1871
Barry Co., MO
Apr. 24, 1948
Tunas,
Dallas Co., MO
SSW: Tom - Research Note: Frank Linton of Tunas, MO was the informant on the death certificate. There was no attending physician, cause of death was given as cardiac failure and pneumonia. She was in bed confinement following fracture of left femur. No Doctor. She fell over a rug, in the home, at DeValls Bluff, AR. Saphrona Birkes, age 23, married Thomas A. Patton,, age 25, on Nov. 14, 1894 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of Marion Birkes and Sarah Elizabeth James. Death Certificate
MO Marriage Records
Census
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PATTON, Infant Nov. 4, 1899 Dec. 18, 1899 Inscription: "Infant Daughter" - Research Note: Daughter of Thomas Arthur Patton and Saphrona Birkes. Note
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PATTON, Thomas Arthur "Tom" Sept. 13, 1869
MO
Oct. 7, 1938
MO
SSW: Frona - Research Note: Son of Jonathan Patton and Sarah Elizabeth Griffith. Census
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PHILLIPS, F. H. Jan. 14, 1867
Grayson Co., VA
Nov. 26, 1935
Monett,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Father" - Research Note: Son of David Phillips born VA and Emmaline Fisher born NC. He was a retired farmer, widow, age 68 years, 10 months and 12 days old when he died. Buried Nov. 28, 1935. His death certificate reads he was buried in Rocky Comfort Cemetery, but has a stone at Concord. His brother, Mr. Phillips of Rocky Comfort, MO, was the informant. H. Bradford was the undertaker. Death Certificate
Beverly A. Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PHILLIPS, Infant May 20, 1886 May 20, 1886 Inscription: "Dau. of H. B. & Vina" - Research Note: There is a name on the top of the stone but it isn't readable. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PITTS, Edna Bell Jan. 16, 1924
MO
Dec. 29, 1926
Rural Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Inscription: "Gone but not forgotten" - Research Note: - Daughter of O. P. Pitts and Elizabeth Sims, both born MO. Her father was the informant on the death certificate. Death Certificate
Phyllis Long
Headstone
Beverly A. Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
POWELL, Arthur July 11, 1895
MO
Nov. 7, 1918 Research Note: His death certificate reads that he was 23 yrs, 3 mo, 21 days of age when he died. He was married and was a farmer. His father, James Powell, was born IL and his mother was given as Sarah Ellen Corley, born IL. The informant was given as ?Lyly? Powell. Death Certificate
Beverly A. Matthews
POWELL, Donald Elton July 2, 1926
MO
Dec. 13, 1926
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was 5 mo, 11 days of age. Buried: Dec. 14, 1926. His father was Harvey Powell, born MO and his mother was Ada Stokes, born Iowa. Death Certificate
Note
Beverly A. Matthews
POWELL, Infant No Date 1919? Research Note: Wheaton Journal, Local Items: An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Powell was buried at Concord last Wednesday. Donna's Note: This paper appears to be out of order - it is listed in the June 20, 1919 section on a page that has an ad for next Saturday Oct. 30, 1919. Note
Wheaton Journal
Donna Cooper
POWELL, James Mar. 9, 1858
IL
Mar. 27, 1926
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: His death certificate listed his age at death as 68 yrs and 18 days old. His father was given as Arch Powell, born OH and his mother as Elizabeth, born OH. His wife was named Sarah E. Death Certificate
Note
Beverly A. Matthews
POWELL, John S. Jan. 26, 1877
Jasper Co., MO
Sept. 24, 1890
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Son of John C. Powell and Francis A. Appleby, born MO. - 1880 Census, Jasper Co., MO, Union - Powell, John C. born MO; Francis A.; born MO; Everett H.; Sarah J.; Leora E.; John S. age 3, George R. All children, born MO. Listed on the 1900 census, Barry County, MO. Several of this family is buried at the Pierce City Cemetery, Lawrence Co., MO. Headstone
Census
Beverly A. Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
POWELL, Sarah Nov. 6, 1824 June 13, 1889 Inscription: "Age 64 yrs, 7 mo, 7 days" Headstone
Beverly Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
POWELL, Sarah Ellen (CORLEY) Sept. 9, 1865
IL
Aug. 9, 1934
Liberty Twp.,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: According to her death certificate, she was buried Aug. 10, 1934. Her father was given as Marshall Corley and her mother was not named. Informant was Bessie Hooten, Exeter, MO Undertaker: Barr - Blankenship, Exeter, MO. - Cassville Democrat, August 16, 1934 - Sarah Ellen Corley was born Sept. 18, 1865. Died at her home west of Exeter, Missouri, August 9, 1934, at the age of 69 years, 11 months and nine days. She came to Missouri, about fifty years ago. She was united in marriage to James Powell, in April 1885. To this union four children were born, three daughters and a son. The son and one daughter, with the father preceded her in death some years ago. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Joe Hooten and Mrs. John Laney, also by one sister, Mrs. Bob Lee and sixteen grand-children and four great-grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held at the Ridgley Baptist Church, on Friday afternoon, August 10, 1934, by the Rev. Chas. McNabb, assisted by Chas. Vanzandt. Burial was in the Concord cemetery, under direction of the Barr-Blankenship Funeral Directions. Death Certificate
Beverly Matthews
Online Obit
Phyllis Long
POWELL, Thomas L. Nov. 26, 1895
Barry Co., MO
Aug. 13, 1896
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Rhoda Jane Powell's only little brother. Great Aunt Rhoda talked of him often. She called him little Tommie. His death certificate named his father as John C. Powell, born Dec. 21, 1844, in MO. His mother, Sarah Catherine Davidson, was married first to D. Wesley Wilkerson. She is buried at Vineyard Cemetery, Barry County, MO. Headstone
Family Knowledge
Beverly Matthews
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PREWITT, Mable Ophelia (WOOTEN) June 19, 1894
Barry Co., MO
June 5, 1918
Exeter,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: Wife of William Edward Prewitt - mother to Rayburn and Avas LaFern. Died of TB. Newspaper account: Mrs. Mabel Ophelia Pruitt died June 5 at her home near Rocky Comfort. The funeral was conducted Thursday afternoon at Concord Church by Rev. J. T. Brattin. She was the wife of W. E. Pruitt and leaves two small children, a son and a daughter. Mrs. Pruitt was 23 years, 11 months and 13 days old. June 13, 1918 - Another item in same paper and same date - Independence - T. M. Stephens of Wentworth, formerly of Exeter and also Mrs. Mabel Pruitt of near Wheaton were buried at Concord Thursday afternoon. Rev. J. T. Brattin of Cassville preached the funeral of both. A large crowd attended. - Mabel Wooten, age 16, married Edward W. Prewitt, age 18, on Apr. 18, 1909 in Barry Co., MO. Daughter of William T, Wooten and Lenora "Nora" Lauderdale. Note
Don Collins
Online Newspapers
MO Marriage Records
Census
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PRICE, Catherine T. (SAMPLES) Dec. 15, 1818
TN
Feb. 28, 1888
MO
Inscription: "Age 74 Yrs. 2 Mos. 13 Days - Wife of Charles L." - Research Note: Catherine was living with her daughter Margaret and husband Sidney Antle in the 1880 Barry Co. census. Note
Donna Cooper
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PRICE, Charles L. Oct. 3, 1817
TN
Jan. 14, 1865
MO
Research Note: He was a mason. His stone was repaired by Jack Fly. His wife was Catherine T. Samples. Their daughter, Margaret Jane Price, wife of Sidney Antle, is buried in Concord. Her death certificate states that she was widowed and the daughter of Charles Price, born TN, and Katie Samples, born TN. Son of Reverend Henry Price, Methodist Evangelist to the Cherokee Nation, and Susan Stultz. - Charles J. Price was Sheriff 1846-48 of Bradley County, TN. - From McMinn Co. Tn records: Dec. 1852: "Chas Price inflicted mortal wounds on Wm Shamblin 5 Sept. 1851. He died 6 Sept. 1851". Thos. C. Wooten says in a letter (1936) "When the train passed over the bridge I walked over the bridge to McMinn County so as to be able to say I had been out of the county I was born in. When I got across, there was a man on that side who had a barrel of cider and ginger cookies which he was selling to the public. His name was Shamblin. He was an old enemy of Charlie Price, son of Uncle Henry Price. They had fought about 7 years before (about the time Charlie Price was sheriff of Bradley Co. (1846-48) and Shamblin had whipped him. Suddenly Price walked up while Shamblin was squatted down and said, 'I owe you a debt that is 7 years old'. With that he kicked Shamblin under the chin, jumped into his face and breast and stomped him to death. Price was arrested and put in jail for the crime. He later went to California where he made lots of money. He settled in Barry Co. Mo. His family came to him there. He died of old age, quite wealthy." - Price Family History - Another Photo Notes
Phyllis Long
Stone Repair
Jack Fly
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PRICE, Leander W. May 16, 1847
TN
June 17, 1924
MO
SSW: Martha J. - Research Note: Son of Elias and Eliza Price. - 1870 Census, Shoal Creek, Barry, Missouri - Leander Price, age 23, born TN; Martha J. Price, age 22, born KY. - 1880 Census, mother Eliza and sister Susan are living next door to Leander and Martha. - Leander Price's 8th Missouri Infantry (Company I,K) CSA Service Records: Muster Roll Jan-Feb 1864, private, enlisted July 1 1863, Madison AR, present Roll of Prisoners of War of Co. K Eighth Regiment Missouri Infantry, residence Barry County MO, surrendered New Orleans LA, Gen. E.K. Smith to E.R.S. Canby May 26,1865, paroled at Alexandria LA June 7, 1865. - Account of father Elias Price's death: Excerpt from a 1931 Interview of Thomas Sallee of Exeter, Missouri: "One of the most noted guerrillas in the country at that time was a fellow by the name of Christian who claimed to be a Union man or Home Guard. He had a number of followers. His gang killed Ace Chilcutt, Tom Dillworth, Dock Harris and Elias Price who were hiding in the hills west of where Exeter now is. The men were all shot in the right eye and the top of their heads blown off. Their brains were taken out and put in their hats which were set beside their bodies. Tom Sallee's father helped haul the men in and bury them. They were all buried in one large grave in the old Packwood cemetery. - Price Family History Census
Notes
Phyllis Long
Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson
PRICE, Martha J. (BARNETT) Oct. 23, 1847
KY
Apr. 5, 1922 SSW: L. W. - Research Note: Martha J. Barnett married Leander W. Price on Jan. 23, 1868 in Barry Co., MO. Photo
Ralph & Betty Lamberson


Return to







Return to



You are web site visitor

Rootsweb Counter

since Sept. 23, 1996